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by TJ McEntire posted Mar 31 2015 1:39PM

Carrie Underwood Shares Pic of Baby Isaiah Michael

Here is the first adorable picture of Carrie's baby...could he be any cuter??? I bet she has her figure back too lol!

by Joshua James posted Mar 31 2015 9:26AM
A Paramedic Saves a Guy's Life... Then Finds Out He's the Doctor Who Saved His Life 30 Years Ago..

Somehow this didn't make the news until now. Back in March of 2011, a guy named Michael Shannon got T-boned by a big rig while he was driving through Dana Point, California (About 60 miles south of L.A.)

One of the paramedics who helped save his life is a guy named Chris Trokey, who's in his mid-30s. And it turns out that 30 years earlier... Michael saved CHRIS'S life too.

Chris was borth premature, and only weighed three pounds. But Michael was his pediatrician, and stayed with him around the clock to make sure he pulled through.

Chris says he didn't realize it was the same guy until he went to the hospital after the crash, and recognized Michael's name.

They've become friends since then, and now Michael is Chris's SON's doctor.

They talked about it on Sunday at a cancer benefit... Exactly four years to the day since Michael's crash.

Coincidence or God?... I think God!

by Joshua James posted Mar 31 2015 9:17AM
Four April Fools' Day Pranks That Could Cause a Break-Up...

If you're pulling an April Fools' Day prank on your boyfriend or girlfriend tomorrow, just don't do anything on this list.

Here are four April Fools' Day pranks that can end up causing a break-up... (YIKES)

1. Anything that has to do with their job, like having their boss pretend to fire them. If they don't realize it's a joke, things can get ugly pretty quick, and it's your fault.

2. Anything that might physically hurt them. Pranks that involve pain usually aren't that funny. And if something goes wrong, they could REALLY get hurt.

3. Anything to make them think you're cheating. Like leaving a bunch of unwrapped condoms in the trash can. Not a good idea... (what the heck are you thinking DON'T DO IT)

4. Fake proposing. There are two ways it can backfire. She could break-up with you... or she could make you feel so guilty, you have to propose for REAL. (If you don't see a future with her why are you even in the relationship anyways?)

The same thing goes for pretending you're pregnant. DON'T do it to your boyfriend OR your parents. And DON'T post it on Facebook just to mess with people. Half of them won't see the follow-up that says you're kidding.

.....Good luck!
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by Joshua James posted Mar 30 2015 12:55PM
The REAL Reasons We Push People Away Before We Give Them A Chance...

There's a new dating technique Millennials have picked up on. It's called the "let's end this before it gets started" method, and it's really catching on.

Most likely generated from a dating culture bathed in social media and Tinder, it's become as popular and widely used as the equally popular no-text-back response.

We're meeting at a rapid rate and dropping at each other accordingly. We're giving out our numbers and taking them back just as fast. We're constantly connecting and then disconnecting.

Seriously, it's totally different than anything we ever expected from the adult relationships we envisioned. In all our preconceived notions, it went logically: Exchange numbers, set up a date, have that date and then go home, have another date, have a few more dates... and then either get together or break up.

Pretty simple. Now, however, it goes something a little less narrow and a little more cyclical: Exchange numbers, set up a date, cancel date -- or maybe; Don't exchange numbers, meet on tinder, have sex, exchange numbers, never call.

Because what's a canceled date (or a never-planned one) when you have plenty of others in the future?

But do you? What's the rate of exchange on these things? I'm starting to believe that just because we're giving our numbers out at an unprecedented rate, the number of us backing away before anything gets remotely close to looking like a date, or any type of scenario where one person could get hurt, is even larger.

But why? Where did all of this backing away come from? When did we become a generation without any follow-through?

When did we start giving up midway through solely because we'd rather go back home than see what could be waiting for us on the other side? When did we stop wanting to play and start becoming those kids standing on the sidelines?

I think somewhere between high school and real life, we were hurt a few times-- somewhere along the way we became less bold, less confident and less ballsy.

Somewhere along the way we decided it's easier to push people away than giving them a chance is.


It's easier to sleep at night knowing you drove them away instead of the other way around. It's easier to say that you were the one who ended it. It's easier to hurt someone before that person gets a chance to hurt you.

But is it better to be alone and miss out on opportunities, or is it better to risk a little pain? Being alone is only one possible result of being with someone, yet pushing that person away ensures that it will happen every time.

So why are you jumping the gun?


When is the right time to get to close with someone? When is the ideal time to begin a relationship? News flash:: There is no right time to fall for someone.

It happens or it doesn't. It doesn't happen when you're financially ready or when you're emotionally stable. It doesn't happen when you've decided it's time or when everything is in order. It happens when you're not ready. It happens when your life is in chaos and you're a mess.

It happens at just the right time, even if you can't see that.


Assuming someone is too good for you is like taking your heart out of your chest and giving it away on a silver platter. Why the hell are you doing that? Why are you giving away all the power?

Everyone is equal, especially in love. Just because she might be the best-looking girl you've been with or he's the hottest guy you know doesn't mean anyone deserves your fear.

Pushing people away because you're scared they're going to trample all over you is like retreating before the war has even begun.


The opinion of friends and strangers has become a valid one in the new dating culture we've created. We have secret sex, secret relationships and secret breakups because we think we're better off that way.

When it comes to love, however, there is no such thing. If that person makes you happy, or could make you happy, then how is he or she not the best person you know?

You're never better than anyone, yet acting like you are definitely puts you in a category all alone.


Whether it was that small twitch in his eye or that less than perfect laugh she has, it may as well be a tendency to murder or a very obvious and disturbing obsession with clowns, because we're out of there.

Whether it's something insignificant or something less-than-insignificant, we like to find something that gives us reason to back away.

Because we're all looking for perfection... and that's totally unfeasible.
by Joshua James posted Mar 30 2015 8:11AM
If you cooked dinner on Saturday night, apparently you should consider yourself LUCKY TO BE ALIVE

A new study found that the most dangerous time to be home is 6:30 P.M. on a Saturday.

That's when the most accidents happen ... and the theory is it's because people are cooking dinner while they've got a few DRINKS in them.

The study also found the kitchen is the most dangerous room in the house ... 63% of injuries happen there.

55% of us have hurt ourselves cooking ... and 10% of us have accidentally started a fire.
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by Joshua James posted Mar 30 2015 7:57AM
Last ear, Scottish musician CALVIN HARRIS didn't seem all that in to TAYLOR SWIFT. In a radio interview in November, he said, quote, "She looks lovely but she's the opposite of my type."

Earlier that year, he'd broken up with RITA ORA... who's definitely a different type than Taylor.

But types change, I guess, because Calvin is hittin' that now. Thursday night they were at a KENNY CHESNEY concert in Nashville, where they were spotted holding each other and kissing.

Taylor also took to the stage to sing "Big Star" with Kenny.

by Dave Kious posted Mar 29 2015 12:27PM
Guess who has Cold Ford tickets?

4 chances to win with me this afternoon.

Colt is going to be at Whiskey Tango on Friday, April 24.

Please keep listening for a chance to win and...Enjoy that weather out there!

If you need me on Wednesday, don't bother, I'll be on a golf course somewhere. :-)

Have a great Sunday!
Duct Tape Dave
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by Joshua James posted Mar 25 2015 8:26AM
Self-driving cars will change the world. Not just because they'll all but eliminate car accidents ... not just because our time in the car will be more productive ... but because now there'll be nothing stopping us from getting hammered all day long.

A new Harris poll asked people what they think about self-driving cars... which seem like they WILL be a reality in our lifetimes. Here are the best five stats:

1. Only one in three people say they have no interest in a self-driving car.

2. 93% of people have at least SOME fear about them. The most popular one is the potential for computer glitches .. number two is the price.

3. 53% say the best thing about them is there will be fewer accidents from drunk and distracted driving. 50% are looking forward to no speeding tickets ... and 18% thing they'll increase productivity.

4. 30% say they're going to make us even LAZIER.

5. And finally, 24% can't wait to have one serve as their permanent designated driver.
by Joshua James posted Mar 25 2015 8:20AM
If yoga's about finding your path to inner peace, some people's paths will inevitability diverge. Like, say, this woman's.

41-year-old Nancy Duarte of Dallas, Texas has been going to a yoga studio called American Power Yoga ... and she's been having trouble with a guy who works there. It's not clear if he's an employee, an owner, or the owner's friend ... but he was bad news.

Nancy says he kept hitting on her ... wanted to make her his "girlfriend on the side" ... and tried to put his hands on her.

Finally, it was too much for her. So on Saturday night, she waited until the studio closed ... and set it on FIRE.

But it was in a strip mall with a few other stores, and some of them had to be evacuated. No one was hurt, but she did some serious damage to the yoga studio.

Now, she's facing criminal charges for arson. And whether you agree with her for being angry at guys or not, she's clearly a little nuts ... because in her mugshot she has a HUGE smile on her face.
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by Joshua James posted Mar 25 2015 8:08AM
If you're going to put something in your passenger seat to get away with driving in the carpool lane, might as well go with something interesting. This guy definitely did ... in the most literal way possible.

A Washington state trooper posted a photo on Twitter yesterday afternoon .. he caught a guy driving in the carpool lane with a cardboard cutout in the passenger seat.

And the cutout was ... The Most Interesting Man in the World, from those Dos Equis commercials.

It seems like they both got a laugh out of it ... because the Twitter post, and because it looks like the driver is LAUGHING in the photo ... but he still got a $124 ticket.
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